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Missha Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence Intensive Moist - Kbeauty concentrated essence with moisturizing antioxidants to moisturize & refine - Amazon QR Code Verified for Authenticity
- ESSENTIAL FIRST STEP IN SKINCARE ROUTINE: Highly concentrated essence serves as an essential first step of skincare to boost moisture for fullest absorption.
- CHANGES FROM THE ORIGINAL INTENSIVE FORMULA: Ion fermentation enables rapid absorption of moisture deep into skin, providing optimal hydration levels; Skin is hydrated from within, which helps refine texture and remove dead skin cells; Fermented yeast extract of Himalayan purple barley and gemmule nourishes and moisturizes skin.
- ENHANCED EFFECTS: 90% fermented yeast extract; 142% improvement in hydration; 119% improvement in texture.
- RECOMMENDED FOR THOSE WITH DRY SKIN: For those with chronically dry skin, temperamental skin, and dull complexion.
- EFFECTS OF THE KEY INGREDIENTS: The yeast extracts of Himalayan purple barley and gemmule are fermented to revitalize skin and impart radiance. Purple barley thrives even in the most barren soil of the Himalayas. Gemmules contain concentrated nutrients that further ensure barley's survival.
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Ingredients: Saccharomyces Ferment Filtrate, Bifida Ferment Lysate, Water, Diethoxyethyl Succinate, Niacinamide, Hordeum Distichon (Barley) Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Dipropylene Glycol, Dimethicone, Glycerin, Polyquaternium-51, 1,2-Hexanediol, Adenosine, Lecithin, Potassium Sorbate, Cassia Alata Leaf Extract, Lactic Acid, Acetic Acid
MISSHA Time Revolution The First Intensive Moist Treatment Essence, 150 ml
Recommended for: - Those with chronically dry skin - Those with temperamental skin - Those with dry skin and a dull complexion - Those seeking a clearer, cleaner complexion and more moisturized skin.
- Fermented Yeast Extract of Himalayan Purple Barley and Gemmule
- The yeast extracts of Himalayan purple barley and gemmule are fermented to revitalize skin and impart radiance
- Purple barley thrives even in the most barren soil of the Himalayas
- Gemmules contain concentrated nutrients that further ensure barley's survival
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I LOVE this essence! Honestly it's the first "essence" I have ever used and it has only been in my possession for a week or two, but it is so effective! I put a few drops into my hands and pat it gently over my face after cleansing/toning, and it felt instantly softer and bouncier...my skin looks brighter, too. One of my favorite parts of my current routine. It feels so pleasant! My cheeks tend to be dry and thirsty all the time, but my T-zone tends to be overly shiny... I'm hoping that this will help slow oil production with the help of the extra hydration.
I am KEEPING this in my routine as long as it is available!
P.S. As it contains Niacinamide, don't use alongside Retinols, Vitamin C or an AHA/BHAs. I use it in the morning, and alternate it with a different toner that won't compete with or cause irritation alongside the other active ingredient products.
Neither does my bank balance.
What started off as a trial balloon is now a keeper for me. I don't however, subscribe to the full-on mania and near-hysteria about Korean and Asian skincare in general. There's no way I have (or want to MAKE), the time for all the steps involved in a proper Korean skincare routine. Not because I don't want to but because travelling with so many products is not something I care to do. My toiletry and cosmetic kit-and-caboodle, even when streamlined for travel, weighs a bloody ton.
I cherry-pick my skincare and choose what works for me across the board from Olay's Luminous Cream (quite wonderful, incidentally), to ROCs OTC Retinol creme in the bronzy-gold tube to whatever I tweak according to the season and my skin's needs.
Now Missha's Time Revolution The First Essence is supposed to be verrrry similar to, and in fact the country cousin of SK 11's famous essence; the one with Cate Blanchett's ethereal skin acting as a beacon for prospective SK 11 customers. I bought a bottle from an online Korean cosmetics mall, liked how my skin reacted to it so this is my second bottle.
Right off, I found this calming. I mistakenly took this for a Toner and applied it post double-cleansing to prep. my skin before absorbing a basic Serum, (an occasional OTC Retinol cream), Moisturiser and a topping of Differin Gel. I apply some on a cotton pad and gently rub it over face and neck.
It makes a very good toner, in fact.
There's no stinging or burning on application. NO after-burn, either.
After reading the package, I sometimes apply it the way it's recommended, to wit:-
- Applied with fingers directly the the skin and patted in.
This works beautifully as well. It absorbs in about 30 seconds and your ready for what's next. There's what feels like a very slight stickiness on first applying this, but it dissipates in seconds.
My skin's been doing well with this. I can't honestly say its made my skin any clearer than the Cosrx brightening serum but it preps my skin so well. It's akin to prepping the canvas before getting down to serious painting. If the prepping's not done right, everything that follows will reflect it.
The heavy bottle is a PITA for travelling but you can pop open the plastic stopper and CAREFULLY (very carefully) DECANT the liquid into a travel-ready container.
You'll notice I haven't regurgitated what it says on the package about 'barley' and what's in this stuff. Really, does it matter? I mean, I read what's on the package but I don't take it as Holy Writ. Korean/Asian skincare is EXACTLY like Western skincare in the sense that it's the Same 'Ole Blah blah blah..., quasi-scientific gobbledygook we're expected to swallow like baby birds.
I'm indifferent as to what hemisphere these fatuous blurbs originate from. I just want the product to do even halfway what it alleges to do.
I feel rather like Janet (What Have You Done For Me Lately?) Jackson when using the any product du jour.
This I'll be using for a long time. It's innocuous, removes any residual gunk from skin post-cleansing VERY well and makes a good introduction to the world of Essences, Korea style. I was trying to reach for a word to accurately describe how my skin felt after using this Missha product and I've found it ~ it feels BALANCED. And soothed.
Thank-you for taking the time to read this review. I hope it's been of help.